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Teens / Body Image #1025604

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 05, 2012
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) Pittsfield, Maine 8th grader Julia Bluhm††’s campaign to get “Seventeen” magazine to include at least one unaltered photo spread each month after hearing complaints about airbrushed and photoshopped pictures featured; online videos from Bluhm’s supporters shown; “Seventeen”’s “Body Peace Treaty” quoted. [2 GIRLS – react to the pictures.] [BLUHM – says it shows girls there is more than one type of beauty.] [Loveyourbody.org Ophira EDUT†- says teenagers compare themselves to images they see when they’re forming their self esteem.]

Snow, Kate;
Schiavocampo, Mara

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